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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 11 | must adhere to the ~former statement; therefore we must say that 2 1, 16 | truth that exists in the ~statement - "that a person commits 3 1, 17 | in making it; for such a statement as "some ~reasonable animals 4 1, 17 | ii), the contrary of this statement "God ~is good," is, "God 5 1, 19 | necessity. ~For the conditional statement is true that if God wills 6 1, 19 | and every true conditional statement is necessary. It follows ~ 7 1, 19 | conditional. For the ~conditional statement that if God wills a thing 8 1, 19 | to good is implied in the statement that it is a good thing 9 1, 27 | begotten; which is against the ~statement of Athanasius: "The Holy 10 1, 46 | can be eternal. And this statement is ~far from impossible 11 1, 64 | union of ~the Word. Such a statement deprives angels and saints 12 1, 66 | on which they base their statement. Strabus and ~Bede teach 13 1, 77 | subject of an accident. The ~statement quoted is verified in God, 14 1, 47 | can be eternal. And this statement is ~far from impossible 15 1, 65 | union of ~the Word. Such a statement deprives angels and saints 16 1, 67 | on which they base their statement. Strabus and ~Bede teach 17 1, 76 | subject of an accident. The ~statement quoted is verified in God, 18 1, 88 | far as what is false in statement or argument is ~contrary 19 1, 92 | referring to Augustine's statement ~(De Trin. xiv, 6), that " 20 1, 111 | in Evang.), quoting the ~statement of Dionysius (Coel. Hier. 21 1, 117 | the beginning. But this statement is false. ~Firstly, in the 22 1, 117 | Para. 2/3~Secondly, this statement can be proved to be false 23 2, 4 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 6: The statement made (Gen. ad lit. xii, 24 2, 14 | sitting is not a ~necessary statement; but that he is sitting, 25 2, 96 | will, according to the statement (Extra, De Constit. cap. 26 2, 106 | says, explaining what this statement is ~(Heb. 8:8,10): "For 27 2, 106 | notions ~are refuted by the statement (Jn. 7:39) that "as yet 28 2, 24 | answered in accordance with the statement ~made above (AA[2],3), that 29 2, 58 | the word "judgment" is a statement ~or decision of the just 30 2, 64 | Para. 1/1 ~Reply OBJ 1: The statement that theft is not a great 31 2, 66 | cannot remit, according to a ~statement of Pope Gelasius [*Callist. 32 2, 87 | order ~to show that the statement made issues from God's infallible 33 2, 93 | this is an unreasonable statement: since ~every corporeal 34 2, 96 | necessary for perjury that the statement confirmed on oath ~be false?~ 35 2, 96 | necessary for perjury that the ~statement confirmed on oath be false. 36 2, 96 | Now in an oath a man's statement is confirmed by calling ~ 37 2, 96 | lack of truth in the human statement which is ~confirmed on oath.~ 38 2, 96 | of another who knows the statement to ~be false, and swears 39 2, 96 | another, who thinks his statement false, and swears to its 40 2, 98 | this is an ~unreasonable statement, because no one should obey 41 2, 107 | oneself, in so far as it is a ~statement of what is true, is good 42 2, 108 | deceive. Wherefore a false ~statement uttered with intent to deceive 43 2, 108 | and this manifestation or statement is an act of ~reason comparing 44 2, 108 | when this manifestation or ~statement is a moral act, it must 45 2, 108 | object of a manifestation or ~statement is the true or the false. 46 2, 108 | proper effect of a false statement, namely, that someone ~may 47 2, 108 | figuratively: because every statement must be referred to the ~ 48 2, 116 | perjury" if he confirm his statement by oath; if he has recourse 49 2, 127 | on account of another's statement, but also on account of ~ 50 2, 143 | and Ambrose makes the same statement (De ~Offic. ii, 6). Therefore 51 2, 156 | if it be ~inordinate. The statement of the Philosopher that " 52 2, 161 | pride. This agrees with the statement of Augustine, who says ( 53 2, 161 | not believed the serpent's statement that they were debarred 54 2, 166 | is in agreement with the statement of the Philosopher (Ethic. ~ 55 2, 178 | that we must understand the statement of Gregory that ~"contemplatives 56 2, 180 | action. Consequently the statement that "no ~sacrifice is more 57 2, 183 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: This statement refers to the pursuits of 58 2, 186 | Statu Monach., after the statement that ~"canons regular are 59 2, 187 | from ~what follows that the statement that certain "heretics" 60 2, 187 | regular, according to the statement of Jerome ~(Ep. cxxv, ad 61 3, 46 | appears to tally with the statement (Jn. 13:1-5) that "before 62 3, 53 | not ~contrary to John's statement "when it was yet dark," 63 3, 77 | 3/3~In like manner the statement advanced by others cannot 64 3, 78 | not known to us. But this statement cannot stand, because the 65 Suppl, 37| This is ~signified in the statement of 3 Kgs. 10:4,[5] that " 66 Suppl, 39| all the Orders. but this statement is not ~confirmed either 67 Suppl, 41| in all things, and this ~statement is not universally true, 68 Suppl, 47| makes a ~marriage, because a statement is not made simply if it 69 Suppl, 47| be certain. But where a statement is ~made under a condition 70 Suppl, 49| OBJ 4: The reason for this statement is not that man deserves 71 Suppl, 53| objection is based on a false statement: since order is ~everywhere 72 Suppl, 61| will, ~according to the statement of the Apostle (1 Cor. 7: 73 Suppl, 64| we are to understand the statement of the Master (Sent. iv, 74 Suppl, 66| Innocent ~III disposes of the statement of the Master (Sent. iv, 75 Suppl, 66| according to the Master's statement (Sent. iv,). Therefore ~ 76 Suppl, 67| we are to ~understand the statement of Chrysostom [*Hom. xii 77 Suppl, 69| this appears from Gregory's statement (Dial. iv) that souls ~after 78 Suppl, 70| separated soul. But this statement ~seems unreasonable: because 79 Suppl, 70| the separated soul. This ~statement would seem to have originated 80 Suppl, 72| come ~down, but also the statement of the saints that it will 81 Suppl, 72| way, as appears from the statement (Rm. 8:21) that "the ~creature . . . 82 Suppl, 74| Christ's, we must ~take this statement as made in anticipation, 83 Suppl, 77| humors, as appears from ~the statement of Augustine (De Spir. et 84 Suppl, 85| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The statement, "It is the last hour" and 85 Suppl, 88| manifestly to be false from the ~statement of Gn. 1:16 that the moon 86 Suppl, 89| things. Hence he makes ~this statement in order to prove that in 87 Suppl, 89| for all eternity." The statement that the superiority of 88 Suppl, 90| St. Thomas retracts this statement]. For man's body may be ~ 89 Suppl, 93| aureole, as evidenced ~by the statement (Ex. 25:25) that the little 90 Suppl, 93| On the contrary, is the statement of the gloss on Mt. 13:23, " 91 Suppl, 94| would seem an ~unreasonable statement. For the imagination is 92 Suppl, 94| have ~maintained. As to the statement of Augustine we shall say 93 Suppl, 96| individuals: so that the statement applies ~to men in the state 94 Suppl, 96| from punishment. But this statement is altogether ~unreasonable. 95 Appen2, 1| for ~which reason such a statement is erroneous and contrary


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